Candyland is a Sativa-Indica hybrid bred from Platinum Girl Scout Cookies and Granddaddy Purple. It has a unique appearance with shimmery trichomes and golden hair giving it a peculiar camouflage.
Because of its dominantly Sativa genes, Candyland is associated with a feeling of extreme euphoria and positivity.
It enhances mood while also inducing a certain happy kind of relaxation. With 19% THC content, Candyland has quite the kick. This is the weed strain you serve when you are having a party over at your home.
About this Strain
Candyland, a result of the San Francisco Bay Area in California, is a Sativa-prevailing strain that was a cross between the notorious Grand Daddy Purple strain (otherwise known as Grand Daddy Purps) and a Bay Area Platinum Cookies strain. It was initially reproduced by Ken Estes who was a piece of the group that reared the first Grand Daddy Purple.
Candyland buds are little and thick with a somewhat darker shade of green than your average brilliant green Sativa strain. Its trichomes are ample when developed appropriately, looking as though the bud could have been dunked in sugar. The red hairs are a dull red yet run longer than typical, nearly making the buds look fluffy from a separation.
When smoking this strain anticipate an exceptionally hearty flavor with insights of desserts and flavors. Its belongings slender towards it’s Sativa properties making it a rationally animating strain with next to zero body impacts when smoked in littler portions. The strain is incredible for social capacities or imaginative exercises – anything where your cerebrum must be dynamic and locked in. At the point when expended in bigger amounts, and particularly by learner clients, the strain can affect nervousness and distrustfulness as is average with solid Sativa strains. You might need to attempt a hit or two preceding focusing on a full joint.
Candyland is a relatively simple strain to develop when weighed against different Sativas. It very well may be developed inside and outside with a blossoming time of between 8-9 weeks on an indoor develop and a September reap for open air develops. The load truly heaps on towards the finish of the development cycle as the buds overload the plant’s somewhat tall and thin edge. Yields can reach up to 2.5 ounces per plant inside with open air yields up to 3 pounds for every plant.
Candyland was a Gold Medalist in KushCon 2012 in Denver which flaunted a record 50,000 participants for that specific tradition.